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Alumna Receives Black Engineer Honors

Alumna Receives Black Engineer Honors

ECE alumna Muluwork Geremew (M.S. '06) has been named a 2009 Most Promising Engineer by Career Communications Group. She will be honored on the national stage at the 23rd Annual Black Engineer of the Year Awards Conference. The conference will convene in Baltimore, Md., February 19-22, 2009, at the Baltimore Convention Center.

Muluwork currently works at Corning, Inc. in the Modeling and Simulation Directorate as a process simulation scientist. She was advised by Prof. Joseph JaJa during her time as an M.S. student in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

November 18, 2008


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